A Freedom Township woman is suing to shut down the dog training business next door to her house, calling it a nuisance and seeking $20,000 plus punitive damages.
Rootstown’s Old Cemetery, sometimes called Ye Olde Cemetery, is in for some changes thanks to a $60,000 gift engineered by State Rep. Gail Pavliga.
The Portage County Engineer’s Office is seeking funding for a $2.88 million project that will both widen the Stow Street bridge in Kent and add a hike and bike lane.
Participants in Saturday’s drug march gathered in front of the Portage County courthouse to pray, enjoy refreshments, and hear speakers....
Randolph Township’s East Manufacturing has a new owner. Fultra, the parent company of Fruehauf, announced the acquisition Aug. 16.
Customers are happy because they’re still paying roughly what they would have prior to the new policy, and employees are happy because their paychecks took a decidedly positive turn.
If you’ve got a car, truck, or motorcycle you’re proud of, or if you just like looking at cool vehicles, Aurora might be the place to be on Sept. 17.
Longtime Windham Township Zoning Inspector Joe Pinti resigned this summer in protest against the board of trustees over a permitting question, and trustees appointed the man behind his resignation as his replacement.
Southeast teachers have reached a tentative agreement with the district’s board of education, averting a strike that could have had district students starting the year with substitute teachers.
Two people are in jail after Ravenna police executed a search warrant at an apartment on the 600 block of West Main Street.